Where do I start, really? Furious 7 was fantastic. The plot evolved around Deckard Shaw getting revenge after Dom and his crew defeated his brother, Owen Shaw, and put him in hospital. Deckard pays to a trip to Agent Hobbs’ office to investigate Dom and his crew. A fight breaks out and Deckard manages to escape as he detonates a bomb that sends Hobbs and Elena Neves fly from the building and land on the top of a car. Severely injured, Hobbs is rushed to the hospital.
So it’s been two months until, what was, in my opinion, the best episode The Walking Dead provided us with. The prison is no longer a safe place as The Governor gave Rick an ultimatum, leave the prison or be killed. Rick did try to reason with The Governor but to no avail.
Well, what can I say about Fast Six? Firstly, I can say it was better than Fast Five. I went with my cousin and we left late to get to the cinema and we ended up sitting on the stairs, it was packed! Luckily, we found two seats together after around five minutes! Anyway, back to the film! I don’t know why but in my mind I didn’t think Justin Lin (the Director) could top Fast Five, he did, the film was outstanding!
So, the TV drama Spartacus is all over and the finale of War of the Damned was the best hour of television I have ever seen. It all started off as Andy Whitfield starring as Spartacus in the first season called Blood and Sand, he was, outstanding and the season as a whole was brilliant although it did take a couple of episodes to get going. Unfortunately, Andy Whitfield died from cancer and Steven S. DeKnight (the creator) had to think hard as to what to do next.